Fall 2015’s Most Popular Fashion Trends
This fall, there are plenty of popular new fashion trends to choose from so you can always look your best whether you’re headed off to work, school or even pumpkin picking. Check out some of the season’s best trends below and then head off for a shopping spree to update your wardrobe.
Car wash skirts
Take your typical fringe to a whole new level this fall by investing in a car wash skirt, which is a truly unique find that you’ll definitely want to show off. Featuring a variety of fabrics and patterns that are cut into thick strips, these sexy skirts will pair perfectly with a blouse or a button down shirt for a refined yet fun look.
Take a trip back to the ’70s and opt for a variety of flared pants this fall season. From jeans to work pants, flared legs are a great way to bring a little bit of that popular boho vibe into your wardrobe in a clean and refined way. Pair these pants with heels so your legs will long longer and sexier.
When shopping for women’s clothing, make sure you add a few of these into your cart for a little bit of a retro yet updated look. And don’t be surprised when you find a variety of knits and other boho themed outfits while shopping because it doesn’t just stop at flared pants this season, so you can really let your inner bohemian princess shine through.
Really large earrings
When it comes to jewelry and accessories this fall season, look for chunky, over-sized earrings, which are also referred to as statement earrings (and for good reason). Donning a pair of these earrings will definitely make a statement about your fashion sense, and they will be able to complete any outfit, however casual or sophisticated. So if you are tired of understated jewelry, this is the perfect time to bring out the biggest earrings you own, or head out and splurge on some new ones.
Another great trend for this fall is the incorporation of neon colors with more toned down, neutral shades like black, gray, camel and navy. Perfect for those who want a throwback to the ’80s rather than the ’70s, these colors will really pop and complete any outfit.
Add a touch of luxury to your outfit with this season’s must have faux-fur stole. The great thing about this accessory is that it’s versatile, and you can wear it over a coat or in place of one if it’s not too chilly. They’re ladylike and available in a range of colors and styles in order to complement any elegant fall or winter outfit. The best thing about faux-fur stoles is that they’re warm – no need to compromise on wrapping up in the colder weather if you want to look good.
This season, ditch the typical ankle boots that have been popular in recent seasons, and instead purchase a pair of mid-calf high boots that have chunky heels. These shoes will pair perfectly with cute cropped pants, as well as skirts. If it’s a bit chilly out, you can complete your look with a sweater.
Fall weather brings a dramatic drop in temperature, and there is nothing that keeps you warmer than a shearling coat on those below-zero fall and winter days. The trend was big in Fall 2014, and is definitely back again this year with a range of oversize coats, nubby vests, cropped jackets and even more, meaning that there’s definitely a selection of styles to choose from when it comes to staying stylish and warm this fall.
With the fashion theme of this fall being the 70’s, it’s only natural that browns are the main color of the season. Not to mention that it’s also a popular choice of color for fall thanks to the brown, red and golden orange colors of the falling leaves. Brighten up your brown-based outfits with stunning, rich shades such as copper, gold or maroon to really be on trend this season.
With so many great fall fashion trends this year, there is no reason why you shouldn’t head out and do some shopping to update your closet. From shoes to pants and skirts, there are a lot of options for every body type so that you can always look your best as the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to fall.
Article by Carol Trehearn
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